The Kansas City Chiefs
Sound, fundamental football executed through a traditional West Coast scheme has brought the most out of the Chiefs main weapons like Tyreek Hill, Travis Kelce, Kareem Hunt and former quarterback Alex Smith.
Aside from the important highly underrated aspects of the game, like special teams play and time of possession, taking care of the football is unquestionably critical to a team's success.
No organization has done it better in the past few seasons than the Chiefs.
For all the knocks against Smith, the lack of turnovers wasn't because of some over-conservative offensive approach. Smith uncorked the ball last season more than he has at any point in his career, and the rewards were substantial.
Alex Smith led the NFL in passer rating on deep passes in 2017! pic.twitter.com/0ZgQJrbtDF— Pro Football Focus (@PFF) June 3, 2018
From 2015-17, the Chiefs have ranked No. 2 twice and No. 1 once in the league in takeaway/giveaway ratio and i
Alex Smith posted the second-highest passer rating when facing no pressure in 2017! pic.twitter.com/RtSitm45C7— Pro Football Focus (@PFF) February 28, 2018
With Smith now out of the picture, sophomore Patrick Mahomes
The defense will have Eric Berry and a new face in Kendall Fuller acquired via the Smith trade with Washington. That unit should be set for a bounce-back year to subsequently increase their turnover differential by grabbing more takeaways of their own.
It's hard to beat a team that rarely makes mistakes and beats itself. The Chiefs have made sure that concept has been a staple of their game.